BEIDLER, Arabella death 1

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Hep to fnM Your horn , horn ' Tabtadotk . 52.00 A YEAR Mrs. Arabella" Beldier Fa tall v. Hurt When Car was Struck 'By One Driven by William Lovs il "1 L2S. IHA CZLLE3 CHIVIH j Cars Crash at Open Intersection1 cf South Center Street and ths Old , SUte Road at 4:13 Thursday ' Afternoon Two Others Hurt -v; A very distressing accident occurred at the intersection of Bouth Center street and the old state road, at the Fletcher, corner at 4:15 o'clock last Thursday erening. In which. Mrs.' Ara; bella Beldier 86, was fatally Injured." She1 died '.at the Sanders 'hospital Jn Aabnrn at 11:30 o'clock" Thursday night, ;-V- '- -:.. . Mrs.' "Beldier vraa riding In the back seat of the new Studebaker car owned' and beln driven by her daughter-in-law, Mrs: Ina Beldier, with' whom she had been making her tome since the death of her husband, 'the late Wes Beldier, two years ago. In the front seat with Mrs. Ina Beldier was .Mrs. Simon KohL . They were coming from the .west on the old state road and as they neared the" Center street Intersection 'Mrs. Kohl said - she- looked MEETS B JrJ'TJ w suivuici - tai CROSSING Mrs. Beldier drove Into the intersection Just as a car was coming on. the front in the has had business, agriculture is . widely District and . On Novem- j Bernice and they are children. He First Prcaby- , .. " i Drove Automobile .T.raln at -Depot' In Auburn 40, a truck driv LumDer Company killed Mon- into ' the ,: corn field. , elt from the north, ' driven ' by TO am -., near depot In. Au ; ' - Love, who Was on his way; to Auburn. The Love car, an old model . Chevrolet struck1' the front door, of the Beldier car, and then careened to the left The Beldier car skidded across the pavement through the -wire fence 0 4-a m olock when turned over. The Wm . into the side badly, damaged, and Che Love car was . train at the damaged but not to" such great ex- i near ine i tent ' . Mrs; Beldier did not see the approaching car and at th tim to hU home,hmable to' teU what hit her r.r TTpr street ' crossing, mother-in-law was thrown forward to. a friend's ward against the front seat Ehe suf-' spend the, even- fered from a skull frartnr . v. - Driving-west coHarbone," bribed '-3 Up and her' grade crossing eyes were bruised and the left eye train, and .drove was cut "Dr. E. A, Ish was summoned Into the Journal and the Ettinger ambulaace was calt car.; The.front ed and conveyed the injured woman to Into, tne side the Auburn hospltaL rMrs. Beldier was- backing to thn rrtoi-r M. . trp: the train to were" also considerably , bruised and tram Dactea I suffered from the shock. Ther wPr - before-it Uken to their' homes and were very . . sore from hfr hm... ' the car, having line day'-'. " ' strlklnr his I 'in - t vl .'1 - i - ni" ""o wo .liaa tor ills as to crush companions Walter Bowman and! John His neck was! Wlsn. Tva i. n . i . w krv.fc j cat I jl -.leg - fractured, I He carried chest... ' , ' . Marshal Wyatt ra his hur- scene 'and ' State PoUce Joe EHkovlc change his' clothes arrived and an mvestlgaUon of the ac- " a.-bowline ramp Mf . j. . . trains t Is Also Clark begun an Investigation of the lights- from oncoming accident on Friday following an m- and tne street nnot ' v.. v. v . "v-. iu nuiui uB save ue to see the immediate' cause . of Mrs. ." Beidler's - d6&th as a i. cerebral,' hemorrhage, by his wile,, who caused by k concussion- on the fore- iraMwuams.., The head above the left . ' . f completed a new The' intersection where the accident New York Central occurred is not marked, and under the' 1 " taw a PP"achlng from the other many friends, and driver's right has the preference if throughout ' the the car reaches the Intersection first delivered building In' this case ' Mrs. Belder had the pans or the rle-ht nf i-.t i7.. " . I fw - t v r lb AS UtSlXeTCU t-uai uoui unrera rauedito see the other . cominsr and the rranh rhm died of , heart result of an accident T . . in Anburn.Satur-1 'After the old tti jla ... been bedfast for f on'ed : by - the state -highway . depart-three services were I mmt ih .. . I 'JM.uai(Wll7 iiaCOU Fail 1 A V rjm on Center Btre'et vera removed, but the Toad had not ; until this time by the county,: but no action was taken pending the formal abandonment' of the7 road by .the state. Center ' street is ' a . . through ; street from road ; 6 to-, this . point From the Fletcher corner south to US road 27 It completes a cut off between tne two US highways,' and is -used consider able in order to save the distance of going through the. business section of the town. Many people have presumed that Center street was made through 'street at this point after the stop sign had been removed. The body . . of Mrs. - Beldier " was brought from .the . Sanders hospital and taken to the Ettinger funeral home' where it remained until the funeral service which was held at the funeral home at- 2,-o'clock Sunday after noon. The service .was conducted by Rev. Byron Chapman, pastor of the Evangelical church.. Interment in the Waterloo 'cemetery." ' ; " Arabella Shaffer Beldier" ' -. Mrs. Beldier was a daughter of the late Jacob B. Shaffer, and was born in Ohio Dec. 14, 185S. She came with ner parents to Waterloo while .a young lady. " She was united in marriage April 10, 1874 to Wealey Beldier. of -near Waterloo. . After their marriage they lived on a farm until 1862 when they, moved to Waterloo and lived together for sixty-three years untfl his death March 12, 1937. To Contlnr.ed on Page Five

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  1. The Waterloo Press,
  2. 23 Nov 1939, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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